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When you ask your doctor to write a script for #Deplin [15 mg of L-methyl folate] you can try to see if your insurance will cover it. Some do, but most do not because they want to call it a Medical Food. Which in my opinion is bogus. A food would be something you could find in nature and eat it. L-methyl folate doesn't exist in nature. Green leafy vegetables have Dihydrofolate not L-methyl folate...and Folic ACID is also not found in nature and is completely a SYNTHETIC CHEMICAL made by man.

So, in reality L-methyl folate and ... ..more

Those with MTHFR mutations scan labels, read websites or listen to their doctors rattle of conflicting terms for a nutrient they really need.

Understanding which form of methylfolate is best must be clear.

Why all the confusion?

Because there are so many different terms used for methylfolate.

By the end, you will understand everything you need to know about methylfolate.

More significantly – you will understand how to pick the right form of methylfolate.

Terms often used for methylfolate are:

Methylfolate
L-MTHF
L-Methylfolate
L-Methylfolate Calcium
D-Methylfolate
D-5-Methylfolate
Levomefolic Acid
Metafolin
5-MTHF
5-Methylfolate
5-Methyltetrahydrofolate
L-5-MTHF
L-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate
6(S)-5-MTHF
6(S)-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate ... ..more